heh, wouldn't that defeat the purpose of m43's though?When they get the size up to the size of the D300 ...... then it will be a "proper" camera
But the G2 looks good - I'll be buying one!
I think we'll see a GH2 with a sensor upgrade later this year and that they will continue with the four lines.heh, wouldn't that defeat the purpose of m43's though?
What does this mean for the GH1? Is panasonic expanding their lineup to Gx/Gxx/GHx and the GFx?
With the G2, GH1 is left with 2 benefits, the sensor allows for 12MP at any aspect ratio, and it's lighter =) Will panasonic just let the GH1 suffer until a GH2 arrives or will it still be a seller to grab the 14-140?
I think they will need to price around that to get market differentiation. T1i/D5000 are in the $700 kit range. They need to undercut that IMO. Even if they have the better C-AF (I think, never have used those canikon's), they can't price the entry above that. A $600 kit would be killer. Everything is making me sorta second guess the GF1, heh. Though, every time I pick it up w/ the 20, I am happy again, haha.Has anyone seen prices for these yet? The G10 kit will have to be priced under $700, and it would be a strong move from Panasonic if they could price it under $600 like the E-PL1.
Me too, I like being able to change that quickly... even though 95% of the time I will have it on. But I can see them wanting to complicate things even less for beginners while saving money. Though, losing the metal mount sucks. But as long as it's a quality plastic composite of some sort, I'll welcome the weight/cost savings. And keep my 14-45 to my chest =)I wonder if the new lens will have OIS on or off when used on Oly bodies and whether this will be user controllable. I like having the OIS switch on the lens.